Korres Project 4: The Greek Supercar

Korres Project 4 supercar

Dimitris Korres may not be a famous name in the auto industry, but give him some time and he just might be more than that. The Greek architect and inventor showcased his first venture into the auto industry, the Korres Project 4 supercar, at the 2nd Tatoi Cirquit in Greece on June 16th.

The vehicle is powered by a 7.0-liter naturally-aspirated engine developing 505 bhp (376 kW) which enables the Korres Project 4 to reach 62 mph (100 km/h) in 3.8 seconds and a top speed of 186 mph (300 km/h).

The concept car is 3920mm long, 1960mm wide, 1250mm tall, and has a 2560mm wheelbase. It tips the scales at 3,527 lbs (1,600 kg) and comes with an adjustable suspension which can raise the ride height by 400mm.

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  1. This looks like a vehicle with some off road capabilities rather than a “supercar” which tend to be ultra high speed track cars which are very low to the ground.

    Still good that its made in Greece. Greeks could have some niche cars and the shipping lanes will give good export opportunities.

    Greece should also try to get one or two of the Chinese manufacturers to setup shop near Pireaus. They could use the shipping lanes for import of Chinese parts and export of cars and since Europe is protectionist it would allow China to make a EU car regionally.